Painting in Kansas City, Kent Michael Smith

Kent Michael Smith was included in the exhibition "New Work from Kansas City" at Carrie Secrist Gallery. While the regionalist aspirations of the title incite little interest, I found Smith's paintings particularly interesting. Stephanie Cristello reviewed the show for New American Painting remarking 
the process of the painting literally exposes itself through its depth; each film of paint is visibly suspended in resin at the location of when that mark was made.

Paul Anthony Smith, whose dissected photographs I posted on this winter was also included, you can see his work here

KENT MICHAEL SMITH
BOUNDARY
ACRYLIC, GLITTER AND RESIN ON PANEL, 2013
16 X 16 INCHES

KENT MICHAEL SMITH
GROWTH
ACRYLIC, WATERCOLOR GLITTER AND RESIN ON PANEL, 2013
14 X 14 INCHES


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